The Justice Federal Credit Union is offering a Summer Reading Program for kids that provides them with a $10 bonus into a new or existing Young Savers Account, valid from June 1st to September 9, 2013.
Updated 4/24/2014: The new dates for the Justice Federal Credit Union Summer Reading Program in 2014 have not been released yet, but we will update this page when they do.
Your kids can qualify for membership if either parent is an employee of the Department of Justice, Homeland Security, U.S. Courts, Law Enforcement, contractors, and more.
Justice Federal Credit Union has branch locations in Washington, D.C., Virginia, New York, West Virginia, Georgia, Texas, Illinois, and California.
Your kid will just need to read 10 books over the summer, write down the names of each book, and present the form to Justice FCU.
Justice FCU will deposit $10 into a new or existing Young Savers Account, so that your kid can earn a little extra money for reading this summer.
Check out the Justice FCU Summer Reading Program to get your kids started today if you qualify for membership.
There is a limit of 1 $10 deposit per member.
Children must be 18 years of age or younger to participate.
Your child’s identification will be required when opening a new account.
New members must first establish membership via a $5 deposit to a Young Savers Account.
If you are already a member, then you may want to participate in the Justice Federal Credit Union Referral Program to earn bonus credits when you refer new members.
If you don’t qualify for membership, then you may be interested in these alternative Summer Reading Programs for Kids.
Have your kids participate in the Justice FCU Summer Reading Program to get a $10 bonus in their Young Savers Account.